Our club's speaker on April 18, 2017 was Tracy Henegar from the University of Wisconsin Superior Center for Continuing Education.  She spoke about the Leadership Superior/Douglas County program.
Leadership Superior/Douglas County is celebrating 26 years of teaching local adults how to become community and business leaders. Established in 1991, the Superior/Douglas County Leadership Program is an annual program for approximately 25-30 emerging and existing leaders who want to be involved in improving the community and shaping its future. The program holds monthly sessions with participants (usually one full day per month from August through June). Each session has a different focus ranging from learning about non-profit organizations, to government offices and structures, public safety, regional history, business and economic development, and more. Participants also engage in a self-designed group project that positively impacts the community. 
Participants are selected through a nomination and screening process. If you know an individual who you think of as a community leader, or emerging leader, the nomination form can be found at the UW-Superior website, linked above.